The long-tenured UFC commentator Joe Rogan opened up on Tyson Fury’s boxing technique after he faced Deontay Wilder for the second time last year. Ronda Rousey Reveals Weight Loss After Baby
Joe Rogan reflects on Tyson Fury
Fury and Wilder are set to lock horns in the ring for the third time on October 9 to mark the final bout of their trilogy series. ‘The Gypsy King’ will defend his WBC and The Ring titles against ‘The Bronze Bomber’ in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Rogan discussed the rematch between Wilder and Fury on an episode of the Joe Rogan Experience. The UFC color commentator analyzed Fury’s boxing technique and said:
“Tyson Fury fights on his toes, he sticks and moves. He did a lot of head movement and a lot of shucking and jiving and it makes it very difficult for you to figure out what he’s doing. Like is he going here, is he going there, is he moving, is he jabbing. He’ll come at you like this with two three fake jabs. Then a jab and a right hand. He’ll throw a right hand to the body, then he’ll throw a left uppercut and will step to the side of you to throw a right hand. He’ll move out of the way, he’ll pop you with a jab as he’s moving away. He’s like a very technical, like a really sophisticated boxer. If you look at the movement that he does for someone as big as him, it’s really kinda crazy.”